Nick has been thinking about how much his health impacts his life, and wishing it were easier to just head out on adventures or take up new challenges without so many things to consider. Can you relate?
With Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Week taking place in December, Stephie has been thinking back on her journey to diagnosis and stoma surgery. Here she shares a little about her early experiences of Ulcerative Colitis.
Have you ever been confronted for using a disabled toilet because you don’t “look” disabled? Nathan shares his thoughts on living with a hidden illness and how his confidence as an ileostomate has grown over the last ten years.
Billie has experienced the feelings of isolation that come with IBD and having a stoma. After surgery, she took to social media where a whole community of people welcomed her and she no longer felt alone. Billie now uses her voice to help others.
Around 50% of people with a stoma or IBD count themselves as disabled (according to Billie’s recent poll), but struggle to explain why. In this blog, Billie explores her personal conflict with identifying as disabled…
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